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fast break

[¦fast ′brāk]
(metallurgy)
Interruption of the current in the magnetizing coil during nondestructive testing of magnetic particles; induces eddy currents and strong magnetization.
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Then, from your I'm-just-going-along-to-get-along lope, you accelerate into a fast break for the restaurants' back doors for incoming food and outgoing garbage.
The French champions opened a more decisive advantage in the last five minutes of the half as Daniel Narcisse took the score to 19:16 on a successful fast break in the 27th.
The two teams weren't that different in terms of fast break scoring during the season.
Omar Turk came in with a 3-pointer and scored off a backdoor cut, and Riyadi played some superb half-court basketball in lieu of fast breaks off Sagesse turnovers.
Rory McCarthy and Joe Alexander fitted straight into the defence and continued to dominate the boards while the young Hamza Askari contributed with a fast break and two steals.
Craig Costello, England Basketball's Clubmark assessor, said: "Fast Break Basketball Club has been doing very well in terms of developing its club and membership."
To run a breaking offense effectively, players need to buy into two principles that make a fast break work.
And Victolero's team did just that, limiting Phoenix to seven fast break points while converting 21 on their end.
Also, we shot well and our fast break was working."
This consultation relates to the supply and transport of cationic emulsions of bitumen and modified to fast break for the surface coatings made by the operational division of the General Council of Indre-et-Loire.
Dewarick Spencer scored a late fast break before Fahes hit his third 3-pointer of the quarter on the buzzer to end a furiously paced first quarter at 22-21 to Riyadi.
Fast Break Junior Basketball Club has its camp at President Kennedy School and Community College, in Holbrooks, Coventry, from August 7-10.